Top Mass Communication Colleges in India - 2014
Mass Communication and journalism is one of the most versatile and influential fields industries in our changing economy opening up career options both in print and electronic media as editors, reporters, photojournalists, TV correspondents, news analysts and freelance writers. While the study of journalism is oriented more towards news reporting for magazines, newspapers and TV; mass communication opens up opportunities in radio, films, events and advertising and corporate communications.
For those who wish to explore this diverse field, may appear for the entrance exams conducted by various colleges and universities both government and private. Degrees offered are bachelors, masters or PG Diploma. Some of the leading colleges offering courses in this field are, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi, Mudra Institute of Communications- Ahmedabad (MICA), Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication, Pune and Xavier Institute of Communication Mumbai.
Take a look at the rankings below:
|Rank||Name of the College||Established||Seats||Highest Cut-off%||Lowest Cut-off %|
|1||Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication - Pune||2008||145||90||74|
|2||Lady Shri Ram College For Women - New Delhi||1995||32||98.5||95|
|3||Christ University - Bangalore||1991||150||88||70|
|4||St. Xavier's College - Mumbai||1999||60||74||62.7|
|5||Madras Christian College - Chennai||2005||70||90||60|
|6||Sophia College For Women - Mumbai||2004||66||85||80|
|7||Institute of Mass Communication & Media Technology, Kurukshetra University - Kurukshetra||2006||112||89||52|
|8||Delhi College of Arts & Commerce - New Delhi||1989||40||97.5||94|
|9||Kamla Nehru College - New Delhi||1999||29||96||94|
|10||Kishinchand Chellaram College Art, Commerce & Science - Mumbai||2000||60||88||83|